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Class Of '49 lyrics and chords

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Class Of '49
Recorded by Red Sovine
Written by Red Sovine and Benny Whitehead

C D7 F C
Well it feels so good to be comin' home after all these years
D7 F G7 C
Well it feels so good to know that I can still cry real tears
C7 F
Over there's my ole alma mata still covered with ivy vine
C Am F G7 C
Where I was voted most likely to succeed class of '4-9

There's a little ice cream parlor where many an afternoon
Am F G7 C
I sat and boasted of the day I'd be a big tycoon
C7 F
And my classmates sat and listened with admiration of my great mind
C Am F G7 C
So I was voted most likely to succeed Class of '4-9

F C G7 C
In that big house upon the hill lives the girl I left behind
F C D7 G7
I hated to but I knew she'd only slow down my climb
I can't wait to see all their faces when they see that I'm back
Am F G7 C
And how surprised they're gonna be when I pull up in this Cadillac

I wanna thank you again for the ride young man
C7 F
And thanks for this bottle of wine
C Am F G7 C
The guy most likely to succeed thinks you're very kind
F C Am F G7 C
The guy most likely to succeed class of '4-9


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